Wine Lovers Dinner Night
Knockderry House is a stunning example of a mid-19th-century home and features a host of stunning architectural features from famed architect William Leiper. Public areas are warm and welcoming, many featuring original stained-glass windows. Set in expansive grounds with beautiful views of Loch Long, the hotel features modern bedrooms and bathrooms. Hospitality is key to the hotel’s success, and friendly staff deliver a high level of personalised service. Scotland’s larder is well represented by the output from the kitchen.
If you are looking for an escape from city life, if you enjoy comfortable accommodation in an elegant Victorian country house hotel with 4 Stars from VisitScotland for accommodation then Knockderry House is an ideal choice. Enjoy lunch and afternoon tea with a view over Loch Long towards the Cowal Hills.
The team at Knockderry House Hotel, in Cove, on the Rosneath Peninsula, was the only Scottish contributor of a recipe to the Great British Cookbook 2014, and are delighted to be one of the first businesses in the area to gain a Taste Our Best award.
Owned by Murdo and Beth MacLeod and their excellent team of local staff with multiple awards for hospitality and quality of food, Knockderry Country House Hotel offers a truly Scottish country house welcome to all visitors to Cove and the Rosneath Peninsula near Loch Lomond.
The unique coastline, fairy-tale castles and famous distilleries, mean there is so much to do and see. The hotel is within easy reach of Loch Lomond, Loch Fyne and the historic town of Inveraray, yet it is less than an hour’s drive from Glasgow and less from Glasgow Airport.
The Knockderry Country House Hotel has a singularly striking architecture both inside and out. Prepare yourself to be bowled over by curved ceilings, intriguing turrets, huge bay windows, magnificent wooden panels with both Western and Eastern influences and impressive stained glass in different areas of the house. It was built by the well-known Victorian architect William Leiper as a family home and it still feels as such, so much so that leaving bed in the morning is a feat and saying good bye to the property feels more like “See you in a little while”.